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expectation of china's role, and do you think china has played an enabling role in the missile and nuclear program? >> [speaking japanese] >> i believe that china is a country with the biggest amount of influence over north korea. and i think implementing sanctions, we need the cooperation of china. and also in our efforts to adopt chapter 7 sanctions resolution in the un security council, since china is a permanent member of the council, we need cooperation from them as well. and when we look at the recent missile launcher and the nuclear test by north korea, we look to these, not as simple events, but in combination. they have increased the range of their missile immensely and they have not attained the ability to reach even mainland united states. and they themselves have said that they have made their nuclear bombs smaller, and they have delivered on a missile. at the same time, i believe they are working and moving towards obtaining those kinds of technologies. this is why i think the united states is pressuring china to exert more influence over north korea. i think the important thi
considering fines and other trade penalties against china and any other nation guilty of cyber attacks. jim angle is live there. where are we on all of this, jim? >> reporter: we know the u.s. does intend to respond after learning that hundreds of cyber attacks on the u.s. government and some 140 u.s. companies are coming from a chinese military unit apparently dedicated to such activities. now the question is, what do we do about it? we can't do much of course to punish the chinese military but officials are saying privately they will take some sort of action such as fines or trade penalties which the white house hinted at yesterday. >> initiatives to announce today. this is an issue that had the attention of the president and senior levels of the national security team. it's something that we are working on constantly, and we will of course take necessary measures to enhance our cyber security. >> reporter: but aside from enhancing our own cyber security, what can the u.s. do? though we can't punish the chinese army unit we can punish chinese companies many of which are partly honed by th
in the last 10 years. >> there talking about u.s. response to a potential cyber attacks from china. earl is on the phone from maryland, independent line. >> i think this problem is not going to be resolved for the simple reason -- i used to tell my children that what you accept is what you teach. americans do the same thing to iran and now want to say the reason why they do it is because of good reasons while others do it for bad reasons. good and bad is relative. because they do it for different reasons other than you, you never look at the principle of what you are doing. a lie is a lie in a matter what good reason you tell a lie for. they learn have to be deceitful like you. guest: the u.s. government is allegedly behind the seven attack in iran that destroyed several thousand nuclear centrifuges a year -- centrifuges a couple years ago. we spy on other governments. we spy on other countries create but we are not using the nsa to spy on chinese businesses. other countries are going to look at our astronauts. -- at our espionage. >> from twitter -- and this op-ed from the commentary se
points away from an all-time high. tracy: china fighting back. ashley: check the calendar. spring has not sprung, but gasoline prices are already in high gear. tom kloza on what is to blame. tracy: lou dobbs take on the new simpson bowles reduction plan. is there any chance that washington will stop squabbling and actually do something? lou dobbs will join us in a few minutes. it is top of the hour. time for stocks now as we do every 15 minutes. lauren, we are starting the week on an up note. >> this u.s. stock market rally really started in europe. the u.s. market has of arrows across the board. a really tight range for stocks. volume clearly to the upside by about two-one your advance to the client line. really pushing closer to those all-time highs. 14,198. we are not far from there. 1576, we are not far from that either. we are getting there. hopefully, we can keep this winninn streak live. ashley: healthcare provider stocks taking a hit. proposing lowering medicare rates next year. peter barnes joins us now from inside the beltway with the details on this story. peter: they are p
on in india and china and brazil and these other countries, they're fighting to keep it down. they actually want to keep it down. you saw what happened with china last week. they're doing so well that they're trying to pull it back. we're just the opposite. we need leadership. it's a very simple thing. >> brian: we know they're taking everything we have, copying it, they have felt no repercussions and there are things we could be doing. you also tweeted out that china and iran, they're helping china become a nuclear nation and we're not doing anything about it. >> look, china is not our friend. i've done lots of business with china. i've made a lot of money with them. they've been very nice to me in many ways. but i made a loft money with china. but they are not our friends. they don't respect us. they don't respect our leadership. they laugh at us. when you look at what's happening as an example, in north korea, they controlled north korea. we're always fighting with north korea. china, with one call, could settle the problem and settle the problem with north korea. they love taunting us.
balance almost $30 billion, at $29.5 billion. for the second year in a row, china is our major export destination. since two thousand five, exports to china have been growing by 25% annually -- since 2005, exports to china have been growing by 25% annually. no surprise, it is dominated by soybeans and cotton. they have accounted, in recent years, as much as 3/4 of trade to china. if you look at the minor, but still large other exports, for things like coarse grains, corn , feeds and funders, distiller dried grains, or red beets -- red meats, those are showing impressive growth figures as well. in terms of overall exports, values are up for most of the commodity categories. these are exports on a fiscal year basis. you can see that up for most of these categories, with the exception being corn. these are price-driven events. we see volumes up for some categories. for most of the individual commodity categories, we are seeing lower volume. the drought is having some effect. for most commodities, that is being offset by higher prices, whose values are up. the big difference, obviously, i
's the headquarters of unit 61398. >> i think it was time to let the world know, it's actually not just from china, it's the chinese government sanctioning these attacks. >> reporter: among the targets, america's very infrastructure. >> now our enemies are sabotaging our power grid, our financial institutions, our air traffic control systems. >> reporter: other targets of chinese hackers familiar brand names like coca-cola, facebook, "the new york times," on "wash post" and "wall street journal." and only today, apple. the hackers have user names like ugly gorilla and dota. according to this instructional video from mandiant. >> here we see dota logging into one of his operational e-mail accounts. he's used it for spear phishing and generating additional accounts. >> reporter: what is it? how hackers campaign access into a network by sending deceptive e-mails tricking users into clicking on a malicious link to a phony website. once the victims provide passwords, pnc.i.n. numbers, they're in. sometimes for years with no one noticing. >> when these companies are engaging in business with china, they're
because of u.s. stagnation, european recession, and a pause in china's growth. things are beginning to click for the industrial economy, the housing market's coming back and responsible for a tremendous amount of january's advance, whether it be whirlpool, another 52-week high for the spin cycle, or sherwin williams. watching paint dry has never been better. or stock super bowl winner pulte homes. >> buy, buy, buy! >> and let's throw in tripoint, a red hot ipo of a home builder that went to an immediate premium. what else is glittering in this grimy industrial portion of the u.s. geography? how about industrial equipment. industrials gain strength as the month went on. i suspect they will continue to do so as europe stabilizes, america advances, and asia starts to roar. >> buy, buy, buy! >> just like the metaphorical baltimore. california, home of the niners, is coming back strong too. tech, particularly the semiconductors and everything related to the cloud and the internet are roaring here. it's almost as if the incredible slide in apple is fueling dozens of tech stocks to new hig
, especially fingerpointing in china and other countries. in this chapter i basically emphasized that other countries, do as i say, not as i did. and from the very good go america's motive industrialization was not focusing first on domestic innovation, but actually aggressive, widespread, enthusiastic, overt theft of european, especially british technologies. alexander hamilton was the most enthusiastic proponent, aulos official state policy, the need to go out and do this. interestingly enough another brown brother has a crucial role year, not john brown, the bad brother, the slave trader, the property from the war, but denies brown brother, the quaker, the pacifist, the abolitionist, moses brown. moses brown hired samuel slater. simulator is considered the grandfather of the american industrial revolution. he has been credited. prole in overstatement. but cut it would appeal any side and he will be credited to my tab forever in history. well, who? the smuggle himself in the fines of extraordinary strict british innovation loss that did not allow machinists skilled artisans like insult to
on fox in your area. and u.s. national security at risk. china believed to be originate from inside the building in shanghai targeting government agencies alike and here is the building. new reaction from lawmakers inside washington how they're going to stop it. >> and it is hollywood's big night, as you know, all the glamour, glitz of the oscar on full display in l.a., and dominique di-natale in l.a. and looking at you sharp in your tuxedo, dominic, or dom. >> and it's dom, you can call me dom. and join me as kathleen seta jones and michael douglas is behind me, and the red carpet a bliming with celebrities and the red carpet in just a moment, harris. why do people count on sunsweet prune juice to stay fit on the inside? it's made only from prunes, nothing else. it works, simple as that. it's a natural source of fiber and five essential vitamins. it's the smart choice for me. stay fit on the inside with sunsweet's amazing juices. is moving backward. [ engine turns over, tires squeal ] and you'll find advanced safety technology like an available heads-up display on the 2013 lexus g
. for the spectator in a a row, china is our major export destination. remarkable growth they are since 2005 exports to china have been growing by 25% annually and they are now our top export market. if you look at what we're sending to china, no surprise it's dominated by and cotton. they have accounted in recent years as much as three quarters of total trade to china. but if you look at not minor, but still quite large exports for things like wars screens, corn for example, if you look at steve, distilled or dried grains other red meats, ec does are showing growth figures as well. in terms of overall exports, values are up for most of the commodity categories. again, these are experts on night fiscal year basis. you can see for most of these categories with one exception being core and, but largely the fair price driven events. we do see volumes up for some categories, but for most individual commodity categories we see lower volumes. the drought obviously having some effect but for most of the commodities being offset by higher prices for values thereof. the big difference though is this horrid a
of their way to say china is not the only country committing economic espionage against the u.s. but in their report today, bill, six of the seven cases they highlighted involved china. >> bill: do experts say that these moves are strong enough to stop them? n they say it's going to be hard because hackers are always coming up with new technologies to get past the latest security software. but eventually it could all just escalate into a stand-off. >> structurally, it's going to end up a lot like the concept of nuclear deterrence where countries will be deterred from engaging other countries. i would say they'll definitely be a public face and private facing side to it. >> officials say that companies and people also need to do more training and to use their heads better, maybe think twice about clicking on that single link to some web site that you never heard of that shows up in an e-mail from me to you, bill, with no message on it. delete that one. >> use the beam. thank you, peter. peter barnes in washington. >>> want to make a quick 30 grand? take a dip in this river in c
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a trade balance of almost $30 billion, 29.5. now, for the second year in a row china's our major export destination. remarkable growth there. since 2005 exports to china have been growing by about 20% annually, and so now that they are now our top export market. if you look at what we're sending to china, no surprise, it's dominated by soybeans and cotton. they account, have accounted in recent years as much as three-quarters of total trade to china. but if you look at some of the minor but still quite large other exports for things like coarse grains -- corn, for example -- if you look at feeds and fodders, distilled or dried grains, for example, or red meats, you see that those are showing impressive growth figures as well. in terms of overall exports, values are up for most of the commodity categories. again, these are exports on a fiscal year basis. you can see that up for most of these categories with the one exception being corn, and we'll get into corn. but largely these are price-driven events. we do see volumes up for some categories, but for most of the individual commodity ca
emanating from china. our guest this john reed. a discussion of saving for retirement with paul taylor. live every day at 7:00 eastern on c-span. >> i think it's a pretty accurate that they do not live by the roles of both cases. i think they bend the rules to fit their circumstances. i think americans at all westerners tend to be a lot more legalistic and the things that we went in subcontract. once we see things are written on a contract, that is the be all and all. chinese will sign any contract or agree to any trade agreement and after the ink is dry they would try to figure out how to get around the requirements. it is just a relentless drive to get a head. it is what has built the place over the last 30 years. this relentless drive to get a head and to get better and to improve. they see some of the restrictions we put on them in terms of trade. they see that as we are trying to hold china down. we basically operated in a world without rules for years to build our economy up another we are up to the top are try to hamstring them or tie them up with rules and regulations to hold china d
journal" right after this break. ♪ >> the communism of china basically is communism in name only. it is to preserve the power of the members of the communist party. the basically through most of the ideologies behind and the country was opened up, and it is now a capitalist haven. communism now in china, the talk at great lengths at these congresses about marxism, leninism, etc., but it is all about preserving the party's power, economically, as the country continues to grow, because they threw away most vestiges of communism months ago. -- years ago. in north korea, it is all about preserving the kim dynasty and the military. it has nothing to do with what karl marx envisioned as coming in some way back. somebody could do a fascinating book on how communism, when it moved into asia, diverged into something in -- something different in vietnam, korea, then something that occurred in european countries. >> keith richburg on 34 years of reporting and insight from around the world. sunday at 8:00 on c-span's "q&a." >> "washington journal" continues. >> we are back with annie lowry,
to strike back amid allegations about those massive cyber attacks being blamed on china. the white house will reportedly lay out aggressive steps today to fight the cyber crimes. the report comes after a security firm identified the shanghai building as the headquarters for china's military hackers, accused of stealing secrets from u.s. companies and government sites. >>> union workers are rallying, urging congress to avoid the looming budget cuts. yesterday, president obama brought cops and firefighters to the white house to warn emergency workers they'll be the first to go if those cuts take effect. the deadline is less than ten days away. and so far, there's no face-to-face talks. >>> but the president is reaching across the aisle on immigration reform. last night, president obama called the three, key gop players on the issue in the senate. john mccain, lindsey graham and marco rubio. details of a white house backup plan on immigration were leaked over the weekend. >>> general john allen who was nominated to be nato supreme ally commander, and got caught up in the petraeus scandal, h
you for moisture trahow you create. >>> plus fighting cybertheft. china reacts to accusations its mili >>> a guy driving a suspected stolen suv took police on a high-speed chase. the chase along the 405 lasted about a half hour with top speeds of about 85 miles an hour. one of the highway patrol officers used what's called a p.i.t. maneuver. >>> there's new video of the massive explosion in kansas city. it was taken from across the street. officials say construction crews hit a gas line last night. that's what caused the explosion. this morning crews found a body buried in the rubble. they think it is the body of a female employees who's been missing since the accident. 15 people were injured in that explosion, three ofhem still in critical condition. >>> the cost of driving a car in the district could go up while the city makes it easier for bikes. homeowners could also pay fees based on how much trash they generate, part of the proposal to make the district more environmentally friendly. tom sherwood takes a look. >> reporter: he nose some changes won't be easy. surrounded by his own
by europe at large or china somehow swallowing up every bit of innovation that exists in the world. they are no longer worried about our economy being overwhelmed beyond our shores. there is very little doubt in any circles about america's ability to be in a position to lead the world in the 21st century. not only in terms of foreign policy, but economically. the american people are ready to get up as a civil-rights leader. the american people are tired of being tired. they're ready to get up and move. we are in a good position to lead the world. that is why i think they're so frustrated by what they see and what they don't see here in washington. their frustration is turning into anger. i found an interesting dynamic. whether it was a democrat or republican governor i heard from several of you how do you deal with this? how do you deal with the congress. no distinction, but how you deal with this? you deal with legislatures that are split. you represent a minority party. you get on very well. the accomplish things in your home state. that is the way it used to work and we can mak
thing was to deal with china, which you could do separate from negotiations and separate root from all the processes because really that's, china is just a huge emitter. and, you can't deal with the problem without them. i mean you can't deal without us either but you can't deal without them. he might make that a focus. that might improve things. but really, maybe some difference. i wouldn't say a lot. >> and from your time back in the state department in the clinton years you were involved in some early efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions. i don't know if you have any perspective on less sorns learned -- lessons learned in the approach tried then. >> i think we made a number of mistakes. it was me at least in part. what did we really learn? i think the most important lesson from kyoto is you can not negotiate a treaty unless you're prepared to do stuff at home to meet the requirements. and i think, it wasn't enough thinking that went into what it is that the u.s. was prepared to do domestically before kyoto was negotiated. and then of course we had other reasons it was never subm
of the app proved a challenge. we eventually located him in northeastern china where he was visiting. by skype he shared his reaction to finding out his app was used in an oscar nominated film. >> it's crazy. we are pretty thrilled. >> reporter: hearing about his app's connection to the film inspired him to watch "searching for sugar man." >> what did you think? >> it's quite a touching film. >> reporter: hong is a fan of the movie by beng lou is a fan of the app. nischelle turner, cnn, hollywood. >> pretty cool stuff. cnn continues with my friend christi paul. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> i want to first get you to southern california where at least three people and a gunman are dead after a chaotic shooting spree that spanned an entire county here. police blocked off this intersection near maple highway. they say they were called to at least three different shootings and car jack kings at different locations across southern california. we're learning this shooting spree came to an end when the gunman turned the gun on himself after killing at least three people. >> the
your strategy boneheaded. he said blocking the pipeline will make canada send the oil to china and not really cut down on demand. what's your response? because i was under the impression most of the oil was going to go to china and india to begin with. >> his response hurt my feelings. >> john: are you okay with that? >> yeah. my mom isn't though. joes no nocera has been a proponent all along. i'm sure he's a nice gentleman. i've met him before. the key here is he argued that we need to be cutting demand which we've done. if he had done the research, he would know we soon saved 3 million barrels a day. we'll soon save another 400,000 barrels a day by regulating heavy duty trucks. so we're starting to ween ourselves off of oil in the u.s. and pipelines will not be built to china. they're already stalled up in british columbia. so the key is -- we gotta get real here. if we want to fight climate change and stop the droughts and wildfires and super storms, we can't pretend everything's okay and keep building out the dirty energy sources. we've gotta transition to clean energy and
that would put on them in terms of trade as, we're trying to hold china down. now that we've got to the top, were trying to hamstring the more tied them up with a not of rules -- them or tie them up with a not of rules -- knot of rules. >> tonight at eight o'clock on c-span's q&a. >> next, secretary of state john kerry delivers his first speech about challenges in us foreign policy. the calls on congress to avoid the automatic spending cuts that could jeopardize more than $2 billion in foreign aid, security assistance, and international programs. this is just under an hour. [applause] >> thank you very much. thank you so much. hello, uva. it is great to be back on the grounds. i want to say to president sullivan what a treat it is to be here with you. thank you for hosting this great occasion. to my friend robert hurt, served with him in state government and now we travel to washington together. i look forward to good work together, especially if on this occasion to introduce secretary kerry and to introduce uva to the secretary. as i walked onto the stage i had a memory. on this stage with
intellectual property theft debate, finger-pointing at china and other countries. i basically emphasize is do is they say, not as they did and from the get-go, america's mode of industrialization was not focusing first on domestic innovation, but aggressive widespread enthusiastic over past, especially british technologies. alexander hamilton was the most enthusiastic upon it, almost official state policy to go out and do this. interestingly enough, in other brown brother has a crucial role here. not john brown the bad rather come the slave trader, profiteer, but the nice brother, the quaker, pacifists, abolitionists. how did mrs. brown play a role here? he hired samuel slater. they are considered the grandfather of the american industrial revolution. probably an overstatement, but go to wikipedia and he will be credited. he actually smuggled himself out of england in defiance of extraordinarily strict british immigration laws that did not allow machine has come artisan precisely because if he did would end up helping countries other than england. smuggled himself to new york. heard about him
with antibiotics from china. sales could drop 25% this quarter. >> no more conference calls in your pjs. melissa meyer said all employees who work remotely have to come in to the office by june. we need to be physically together. department chain's macy's and j.c. penney will duke it out in court who has the right to sell martha stewart's branded bruise. amazon will jump start its streaming video service. creators will get $10,000 for an option and a share of the royalties if there show is produced. oscar nominee helen hunt wore a strapless gown from h and m. straight ahead, sword swallowing in the big apple for a good state. ohio state takes on michigan state as march madness gets closer. you're watching "early today." >>> now to some stories that caught our eye this morning. we begin in california with a major melee between college baseball teams. fists began flying after one player was tagged out and shoved by an opposing player. the bench-clearing brawl between sacramento state and u.c. riverside led to three player ejections. >>> in chicago, police arrested at least 20 people after rowdy te
control. the company said that china sales which account 40% of its bottom line could drop 25% this quarter. department chains macy's and jcpenney will duke it out over who has the right to martha stewart. >>> and talk about a good value. oscar nominee helen hunt proudly wore a classic navy strapless gown from h&m on the red carpet last night. that said, she did accessorized with three-quarters of a million dollars in jewelry. not bad. >>> coming up -- ohio state takes on michigan state as march madness gets even closer. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. so i used my citi thankyou card to pick up some accessories. a new belt. some nylons. and what girl wouldn't need new shoes? and with all the points i've been earning, i was able to get us a flight to our favorite climbing spot even on a holiday weekend. ♪ things are definitely looking up. [ male announcer ] with no blackout dates, you can use your citi thankyou points to travel whenever you want. visit citi.com/thankyoucards to apply. with pantene's new overnight miracle repair serum. 8 hours of repair while you sleep.
tourists from china, japan, britain and france. >>> the search continues for four people who 29 foot sailboat disappeared. the distress call is made by a wife, man, son and cousin before they banned the sinking vessel. >> coast guard, coast guard, we are abandoning ship. >> their electronics were failing. they were fashioning a make-shift raft. they hope it leads to new information to aid in the search. >>> now, here is your first look at scrambled politics. leon panetta is still secretary of defense working from home in california as he waits for chuck hagel to replace him. he has no plans to return to washington. >>> john boehner may be holding to his position to hold new taxes for a personal reason. if boehner caves on that point, he could lose his speakership. >>> a research poll shows strong support for raising the minimum wage to $9. 50% of republicans say they support it along with 87% of democrats. >>> new jersey governor, chris christie may not be feeling the love from conservatives. after his praise of president obama, christie will not be invited to the c-pac convention th
this morning. and china has shown opposition to the test. >>> fugitive chris dorner is on the run from los angeles. the former lapd cop has been officially charged with killing michael caine. and dorner is charged with revenge killings. >>> meanwhile, large wanted billboards featuring dorner's picture are now up in southern california. there's a $1 million reward for information leading to his capture. >>> meanwhile, in chicago a manhunt has ended and two men are charged in the shooting death of 15-year-old hadiya pendleton. 18-year-old michael ward and kenneth williams face charges of murder and attempted murder with battery. they say they opened fire on hadiya last month. officials say it was a tragic case of mistaken identity. >> michael ward has confessed and indicated that hadiya was not the intended target. in fact, the offenders had it all wrong. they thought the group they shot into included members of a rival gang. >> first lady michelle obama attended the teen's funeral on saturday. hadiya pendleton's parents will be among the president's special guests at the state of the union
with that and more. good morning, ines. >> good morning, anne-marie. >>> worries about monetary tightening by china sent stocks down. tokyo's nikkei lost more than 1%. hong kong's hang seng fell nearly 2%. a bad day on wall street. the federal reserve said wednesday it might scale back its bond-buying program, and that sent stocks tumbling. the dow plummeted 108 points, its biggest loss of the year. the nasdaq sank 49. >>> boeing may have a plan to get their grounded dreamliner fleet back in the air. a company exec will meet with federal regulators tomorrow and present a plan to prevent the lithium ion batteries in the 787 from failing. if that happens they could be flying by april. the s.e.c. and fbi are looking into possible insider trading around the sale of heinz ketchup. the day before they bought it, an investor bought 350 stock options. the s.e.c. said they used a swiss-based account with goldman sachs. in one-day that $90,000 investment soared to $1.8 billion. >>> "the new york times" is finally getting around to selling the "boston globe." the company made the annou
funciÓn especializada. >>> un robot a largo plazo es mÁs barato que la obra de mano en china. >>> dice que lo que un robot no puede hacer hoy, lo harÁ maÑana. federal express emplea a miles para las cajas. pero ahora se desarrolla un robot que lo puede hacer mÁs rÁpido que un ser humano. >>> se progregÓ en vision y percepciÓn, inteligencia artifical. >>> hasta hace poco se pensaba que trabajos duros pero delicados como cosechar fresas estaban a salvo de mÁquinas. pero los dÍas de muchos labores agrÍcolas estÁn contados. >>> un punto a desarrollar en corto plazo, tareas repetitivas como el zurco. >>> si puÉden o podrÁn hacer casi todo, quÉ depara el futuro, nos ganamos la vida trabajando, o viviremos un ocio forzado en la pobreza, maÑana la respuesta. >>> sÍ, maÑana en la segunda parte, luis explora como sobrevivir al desempleo tecnolÓgico. >>> a qu e equipo tenece usted. al que tiene mÁs dinero de los que tienen ahorrarados. y que gasta mÁs de lo que gana. el 1, 2%, tiene mÁs dinero que debe de lo que gana, la tasa de ahorro familiar es mÁs alta. muchos aprendieron que
. and this is not a james bond in a tuxedo. this is someone in china hacking their way into a company and stealing any information that company has this of value or into a research lab. this is a pandemic. it's a quiet pandemic but it's a pandemic. billions of dollars in the intelligence estimate says $300 billion is what it costs the united states. they lost research and development. that means lost jobs. you can't be an american company and compete against a chinese company if all the money that you pay for r&d they get for nothing. they get all of your r&d for nothing. whether it is taxpayers' money or stockholders' money that pays for that r&d come they wait until it is done and then they use it to compete against us. the third issue that's called cyber is something called cyber war and that thankfully hasn't happened very much but it's been demonstrated that it could happen. what does that mean? instead of blowing something up with a bomb or a missile you blow it up with a cyber command. not science fiction. it's been demonstrated. in fact the united states did it to iran opening of 800 nuclear c
that with the plants. he will put it here in the united states or china. i want to thank you. host: thank you for your call. next is robert, clinton, maryland on our line for democrats. caller: i do not mean to put anybody down. one thing about conservatives is they never quit. no matter what happens, they do not change. the economy could have been worse if president obama had not initiated the stimulants -- stimulus to help save the economy. we were in a tailspin. republicans he stored the economy. this man comes along and side decides to save it. they are still fighting him. that sequestration deal -- this will completely destroy the economy. we need to spend money to exist. in the u.s., you just cannot stop spending money. if you do, it will be the end of us. these people are haters. they are not going to change the way they think. thank god there are enough people in this country who think progressively. maybe we can turn this economy around and help america. have a nice day. host: robert brings up the sequestration. we will talk about that later with ray locker of "usa today." he will talk about
of this decade, not some distant year, our interest payments to china, our largest foreign creditor, at $1.2 trillion will be covering the entire cost of that communist country's military. think of the horrific irony of that. at the same time that america is bound by treaties to defend our allies in asia against chinese aggression, the american taxpayers are bankrolling the threat through the interest payments that we are paying to the chinese. now, mr. president, neither the senator from new hampshire or i are saying that the pentagon should be exempt from budget scrutiny or even future cuts, but the disproportionate impact that sequestration would have on our troops, on our national security is dangerous and it must be averted, and the department cannot continue to operate on a continuing resolution that increases costs, prevents long-term planning and makes it impossible for the department to function effectively. i would yield to my colleague from new hampshire to expand on some of these points, and then we will talk further about the impact. mrs. shaheen: thank you, senator collins, a
house is launching a new effort against cyber stealing, this in the wake of that report linking china's military to wide-spread hacking attacks. but do the measures go far enough? we'll go in-depth on that. and he led police on a two year cross country chase stealing boats, airplanes, now the barefoot bandit is back in the news. we'll tell you why, next. jon: new info on crime stories we are keeping an eye on. police in philadelphia are hunting for a bank robber. he hit seven banks this month. although he is armed no one has been hurt in any of his heists. a deadly gun fight on the las vegas strip sparks a fiery crash where a taxi bursts into flame. police say bullets started flying from a black range rover at a maserati. it hit the taxi killing three people and four others are hurt police are searching for the range rover that left the scene at 4:30am. new charges against the barefoot bandit who led police on a two-year chase across the country as he stole boats and even airplanes. he is serving a seven year prison sentence after pleading guilty to state and federal crimes. new charg
in these nondescript buildings near shanghai in china. not only are they trying to steal company secrets and infiltrate global corporations, but they're doing it in cooperation with the people's liberation army. mandian says the government could be directing these attacks and over years tara bites of data have been stolen from key industries including aerospace, high tech and i.t. the chinese government has strongly come out against the allegations saying they're, quote, irresponsible and baseless. they took the unusual step to point the finger in the other direction saying that the chinese are also victims of hacking. mandian said it took the unusual step of releasing the research so other security companies can protect their clients globally and they could stop the specific hackers by outing them in the public. >> david mckenzie in beijing, thank you so much. this could have huge implicat n implications with not just corporate crime but also terror suspects using it to gain access to targets. we'll hone in with this with security consultant david kennedy, he's worked for the u.s. government and is k
.e.c. filings that they have expanded those investigations beyond just mexico and to brazil, china and india. >> you know, this is going to be a fascinating story today. we heard about these leaked memos. walmart knocking it down saying things were taken out of context. i saw something overnight from the nrf, national retail federation where they said something like six out of ten americans say their savings and their budgeting has been somewhat or greatly impacted by the changes in the taxes that kicked in at the beginning of the year. >> and i think it's interesting because i think the january same-store sales were probably misleading. it takes a can couple paycheck cycles to see what the impact would be. >> right. >> gasoline prices up 45 cents in a month, that's a lot if you're working on a constrained budget. >> it's going to be a big deal. walmart is more than 10% of overall retail sales in the united states, too. what we hear today for these guys really matters. >> it really matters. >> and now, are you on my side yet? to offset this weakness, we could use growth in some of these deve
also use these powers and expand these powers. when you borrow money from china and you say i can come in your home and take you out of your home and i can detain you forever in the united states without a trial or a hearing. and another thing -- host: i will leave it there so we can get some more voices. first, here's what the white house press secretary jay carney had to say about it. [video clip] >> we have a knowledge that sometimes we use will be powered aircraft to conduct targeted strikes against pacific al qaeda terrorists in order to prevent attacks on united states and to save american lives. we conduct those strikes because they are necessary to mitigate ongoing actual perhaps, to stop plots, prevent future attacks, and save american lives. these strikes are legal, ethical, and wise. the u.s. government takes great care in deciding to pursue an outside a terrorist and to avoid loss of innocent american life. host: the white house justification for using drone strikes overseas to kill u.s. citizens. the drone program in general up for debate in washington. carl is in west vir
checks. the second phenomenon is s&p not. this is not a james bond. it is someone in china hacking their way into a company and stealing any information that company has that is of a value or into a research lab. this is a pandemic. it is a quiet pandemic. billions of dollars, $300 billion, it would cost the united states in lost research and development. that means lost jobs. you cannot be an american company in compete against a chinese company it all the money you pay for research and development if they get for nothing. they get all of it for nothing. whether it is taxpayer money or stockholder money that pays for it, they wait until its is done and they steal it and use it to compete against us. the third is you is cyber war pure -- issue is cyber war. it does not happen that much. it has been demonstrated that it could happen. instead of blowing something up with a bomb or missile, and you blow it up with a cyber command. it is not science fiction. it has been demonstrated. the united states did it to iran, blowing up 800 nuclear centrifuges with a cyber command instead of dr
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